Wednesday, October 10, 2007


This blooming surprise is the first in apparently about half a dozen, which should open tomorrow.
I think I better rededicate this post to Janet, a fellow traveller, who I mistakenly called Judith, last week.
There are more at Planet Earth.
In the header, a RED SPOTTED BLENNY.
Have a calm day, please. It`s catchy.


AndiF said...

What a lovely contrast to the previous post. Outsized drama or delicate subtlety -- I can't decide which I like better but I'm certainly grateful to have such a fine cause for indecision.

olivia said...

What Andi said ... :)

I really, really like the softness of this one ... with the delicate colours -- green, yellow, peach, purple.


olivia said...

What does it smell like?

I won't ask you about taste ... ;)

Beth said...

I was putting my post together in my head, and was going to say that between andif, Olivia and you, I get my fill of beauty daily. And all of you are here! Too funny.

I am always in awe of your pictures. I can't begin to imagine the big picture - these are such amazing snippets of beauty. And of things I have no knowledge about - it's another world.

Thanks for sharing, head!

Nancy P said...

Hi, head, andi, oliva, and beth. We've got to keep meeting like this.

Wedding Bouquet.
Please don't throw it at me!

Knucklehead said...

Thanks Andif,
It`s a velvet hammer kind of decision I guess.

Knucklehead said...

It does strange things with just a little adjustment, lightwise.
The scent is very subtle, to answer the next query, but very seductive. Not enough to think it may be edible, though.

Knucklehead said...

Beth, thank you for including me in with Andif & Olivia. A compliment indeed.
I try & not see the big picture myself. I enjoy the little parts of the whole because it lasts longer. A hedonist all the way to bone, I am.
You`re very welcome. I like sharing with you, .. really.

Knucklehead said...

Nancy p,
I would never throw anything at you. Maybe an offer on bended knee, but throw.. never.
Meeting like this, for sure. I`ll be the vicar.